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June 25 - August 6, 2015
Small Works Exhibit & Auction
Visitors can view the small works on Facebook by clicking here.
The Taube Museum of Art Main Gallery announces the
opening of their eighth annual Small Works Exhibit &
Auction, which is a collection of works no larger than 80
square inches. This exhibition will run through August 6,
2015. These amazing, small, diverse artworks are available
for online visitors to place bids by email, phone, or
Facebook. We encourage the public to call to check on the
status of their bids and we will be happy to “up” their bid
Small art seems to have gained popularity over the years so the Taube Museum of Art created a venue for the excitement! Small artworks are easy for artists to ship, easy for people to purchase, and even easier to add to a collection, because they fit into a small space on a wall or a bookshelf. “We are very excited to have such a great response to our Small Works exhibition! This year we are featuring 154 entries from 29 artists from as far away as Australia, and Colorado!” says Executive Director Nancy Walter. A few of our previous artists participating in this exhibition include Steve Knutson, Jan Schuster – Callus, Linda Olson, Judy Bell, Judith Greenwood, Nancy Walter, Doug Pfliger, Tonya Stuart-Melland, Amanda Schlieman, Ben Dagget, Tim Eisenzimmer, and Roxi Mathis. New this year is Jenny Olwage, Kathy Monti, Sue Sorlie, Alanna Buelow, just to name a few.
Exhibit/Silent Auction dates are June 25 – August 6, 2015. The Exhibition Fundraiser will host an opening reception in conjunction with the Downtown First Thursday event, which will be held on Thursday evening, July 2 from 5 – 7 pm, which is free and open to the public. Come out and join the fun!
Normal Museum and Gift Shop hours are: Tuesday – Friday: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm and Saturday: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. There is no charge for admission, but contributions are accepted to help the Taube Museum fulfill their mission of enriching lives through the visual arts.